A Fruitful Partnership

North Carolina’s lush, fertile soil provides an ideal base for native and European grapes, and the state’s wine industry has seen exponential growth over the past decade, ranking NC as the 10th wine and grape producer in the nation with an economic impact of $1.7 billion statewide. In 2013, Bryan School researchers partnered with the […]

Short-Term Study Abroad in Belgium

This March, eighteen Bryan School students spent their spring break in Belgium, cumulating a semester-long joint project with graduate and undergraduate students from the Université Catholique de Louvain. As part of their coursework for Management 303: Experience Business Abroad, the students spent the better part of a week collaborating with their European counterparts on business […]

Textile Innovations: From Home Sewer to VP

For Diane Bond Warren, BS ’77, MBA ’86, no two work days are alike. In her role as vice president of merchandising for VF Imagewear, she may attend a strategic planning session, evaluate the effect of a product on human performance, and shift to solve a personnel resource issue all on the turn of a […]

Local Healthcare Leader Recognized as Distinguished Alumni

Joan H. Evans, Executive Vice President of Innovation and Transformation for Cone Health received the 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award from the Bryan School of Business and Economics at UNCG during a special event on May 22. “Joan has been a force for transformation and innovation at Cone Health, and nationally within the healthcare industry,” said […]

Business Student Encourages Others to “Smell the Roses”

Charlotte native Magloire Lubika was just visiting UNCG with his brother, who was interested in applying to the University. He had no idea that he would like the campus so much. That feeling, coupled with the fact that UNCG offered a major in information systems and supply chain management (ISSCM), led Magloire to transfer to […]

X-Rite Donates Color Management Solutions

X-Rite Incorporated, a global leader in color science and technology, and its subsidiary Pantone LLC, donated their color management hardware, software and training services to the University of North Carolina at Greensboro for use in their Department of Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies (CARS) program, part of the Bryan School of Business and Economics. With […]

Retail Student Racks Up Recognitions

As a high school senior, Greensboro native Jessica Papier was determined to study fashion at one of the nation’s leading institutes. “I made a deal with my mom that if she took me to tour New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), I would also tour UNCG. FIT was impressive, but once I met with […]

Asst. Professor Esra Memili Featured on “WalletHub”

What are the biggest challenges faced by Hispanic entrepreneurs? Asst. Professor Esra Memili shared some of her findings in a recent article on WalletHub’s article, 2017’s Best Cities for Hispanic Entrepreneurs.

Feasibility Study Wins Small Business Institute Project of the Year

The Oden’s idea to open a tap room within walking distance of a college campus does not sound like an idea that would require analysis. But, as students in Dr. Dianne Welsh’s Entrepreneurship/Business 300 class learned, even the best ideas do not automatically mean an opportunity exists for a successful business. “What we know is […]

“Almost World Famous”

Using lessons from corporate life to build a legacy The Team It started in a dance appreciation class. Randy Wadsworth ’95 admits he signed up because he thought it would be an easy A. Instead, he gained both an appreciation for dance and a new friend in fellow freshman Damion (Dame) Moore ’95. They were […]